Traveling from North America
VCSB 50/2000 Watt Manual Switch Voltage Converter

Model: VCSB
Price: $40.00
Input: 220-240VAC 50 Hz
Output: 110-120VAC 50 Hz
Electronic and Motorized Devices:
50 Watts Maximum

NON- ELECTRONIC Heating Appliances:
2000 Watts Maximum
Weight: 1.00 lb.
Dimensions: 3 1/2"H x 2 1/4"W x 2 1/2"D
ETL and cETL Listed
UPC: 0 46914 20170 6

VCSB 50/2000 Watt Manual Switch Voltage Converter

The VCSB combines a 50 watt transformer and a 2000 watt solid state converter into one unit. For use with North American personal appliances while traveling in countries with 220-240 volt electricity.
A convenient selector switch allows use with electronic and motorized appliances that require 50 watts or less and NON-ELECTRONIC heating appliances* that require 2000 watts or less. Includes the round pin European appliance plug**. To determine if you need additional adaptor plugs see Voltage Valet's Country List in the Electricity Guide section.

Use with electronic and motorized devices such as:
Battery Chargers
Camcorders
CD/MP3 Players
Cell Phones
Contact Lens Disinfectors
Digital Cameras
Electric Shavers
Oral Hygiene Devices
Radios
Sound Machines

Use ONLY with NON-ELECTRONIC heating appliances* such as:
Beverage Heaters
Clothes Steamers
Coffee Makers*
Electric Blankets*
Food/Bottle Warmers
Hair Dryers
Hair Roller Sets
Heating Pads
Hot Plates
Incandescent Lamps
Irons*

Overload Protection
If an overload condition occurs your converter will automatically shut off, protecting the converter and your appliance. To restart, simply unplug the converter and allow to cool, then plug back in. There are no fuses to replace.

* Do not use Model VCSB with electronically controlled heating appliances including: Coffee Makers, Irons, Electric Blankets, Hair Straighteners, etc., that use digital timing/temperature control circuits or have Auto Start or Auto Shut-off features.

**IMPORTANT: An additional European adaptor plug, type "B" (PBC-1), is required to fit recessed sockets found in most countries in Continental Europe.

NOTE: The VCSB is not designed for continuous use and should be removed from the electrical outlet when not in use.